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Lul

Lul

Lul


Lul was a band from the province Friesland in The Netherlands. Lul formed in 1987 when Sytse van Essen and Fritz de Jong, also active in It Dockumer Lokaeltsje, team up with Empee Holwerda and Klaas Schippers. A year later, when the band decides to move to Amsterdam, Van Essen opts to stay behind, and the band goes on as a three-piece. Their music is a frenetic, rhythmically complex, amalgam of influences like early Wire, This Heat and hardcore punk. Read more on Last.fm
Lul was a band from the province Friesland in The Netherlands. Lul formed in 1987 when Sytse van Essen and Fritz de Jong, also active in It Dockumer Lokaeltsje, team up with Empee Holwerda and Klaas Schippers. A year later, when the band decides to move to Amsterdam, Van Essen opts to stay behind, and the band goes on as a three-piece. Their music is a frenetic, rhythmically complex, amalgam of influences like early Wire, This Heat and hardcore punk. 1988 sees the release of their debut album, Inside Little Oral Annie, to much critical acclaim.

A session for VPRO radio ensues from this, and will surface on their second album Autolocation the next year. (The Inside Little Oral Annie and Autolocation albums, as well as the Colony EP, will later be compiled onto Ueberlocation). Their third record, released in 1990 and named Hail The Frisians Free sees tempos being reduced, with the music being even more intricate than before. Love Thy Tiny Sums sees the light of day in 1993. In 1994, when De Jong leaves the band, Lul dissolves, with Holwerda and Schippers moving on to form Solbakken. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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